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Audiocast: Require English for Driver's License Exams?

December 2, 2009

Recently, U.S. English, Inc. has successfully pressed for the end of driver’s license exams in languages other than English in Arizona, Kansas and Oklahoma. Eliminating this costly, dangerous and divisive practice remains a legislative priority in the 41 states which still offer the exam in 2 to 32 languages.

In this audiocast, U.S. English Director of Government Relations Tim Schultz discusses the importance of requiring prospective motorists to take the exam in English, including parallels to other requirements states make for would-be drivers.

Click on the link below to begin the audio. The clip lasts approximately four minutes.

Require English for Driver's License Exams?


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